Going to Penrith Court? If you’ve been charged, you will be required to appear at the Penrith Local Court or Penrith District Court to face the charge(s) in court.
The NSW suburb of Penrith is situated west of Sydney in the Greater Western Sydney. It’s about 50km west of Sydney CBD. Penrith is also located on the banks of the Nepean River.
The Penrith court house comprises of the local court and district court within the Penrith court building.
The Penrith court hears all criminal and traffic cases throughout the week, including bail applications, appeals, sentences, defended hearings and jury trials.
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Going to Penrith Court?
The Penrith Court house includes the Local & District Court which contains multiples court rooms within the one building complex. Each court room has a Judge or Magistrate who presides over all the cases listed in the day.
Penrith court house opens its doors at 9am, but the court rooms in which the Judges and Magistrates preside opens at 9:30am on weekdays.
The court does not normally sit on weekends. But, any weekend bail application are heard at the Parramatta bail court.
Penrith Court Contact Details
|Penrith court address||64-72 Henry St, Penrith NSW 2750|
|Penrith Court Postal address||PO Box 318, Penrith NSW 2751|
|Penrith court operating hours||Monday to Friday from 9am to 4:30pm|
|Penrith court phone number||T: 1300 679 272 | fax: (02) 4720 1555|
|Penrith Court email@example.com|
|Penrith court website||http://www.localcourt.justice.nsw.gov.au|
Penrith court also has a JP service within the court house.
The Penrith court house is only a short walk from the Penrith train station, and the Penrith Westfields shopping centre.
There is usually plenty of parking spots available around the Penrith court house, including one directly across the road from the court.
You can get to Penrith Court either by:
- Driving there yourself. Penrith court is about 50km west from Sydney city.
- By Bus. There are plenty of buses and bus stops at the Penrith train station and Penrith Westfields shopping centre.
- By Train. Trains regularly operate at the Penrith train station, within walking distance from and to the Penrith court and Westfields shopping centre.
Penrith Police Station
|Penrith Police Station Address||317 High St, Penrith NSW 2750|
|Penrith Police Station Postal address||Same as above.|
|Penrith Police Station operating hours||24 Hours, 7 Days a Week|
|Penrith Police Station phone number||T: (02) 4721 9444 | fax: (02) 4721 9426|
|Penrith Police Station website||https://www.police.nsw.gov.au/|
Before speaking to police, know your rights and what to expect.
Don’t risk it. If you’re going to Penrith police station for questioning or to be charged, call our legal hotline 24/7 (02) 8606 2218.
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